Summary: I got this as a b-day present to myself to play on my new 3DS. While that goes without saying, this is a fun game. But IT IS FRUSTRATING! I had to go to youtube to figure out what to do as the directions are very vague. The graphics ARE amazing and playing it in 3D is nothing to sneeze at, though I recommend taking breaks as you might get a headache. I like the haunted house feel of the game, but I wish there was a save button!
Summary: I won't get too involved in the review since it will probably be buried in the middle of the 350+ already posted. I mainly wanted to point out a few pros and cons about this game. It might seem I'm nitpicking, but I must state that it is a very enjoyable game, and a worthy addition to the 3DS library. My negative points? Well, for starters, the game has a level type system. What this means is that you only access each part of the mansion in each 'level'.
Summary: I was never a huge fan of Luigi's Mansion, but I did like playing it when I was younger. The ghosts would pop out and the boss fights were even creepy, and the mansion was just awesome, not to mention using a vacuum to suck up ghosts with some crazy scientist nut giving you tips now and then. I also think using the Gameboy Horror on a mirror is still the scariest thing I've ever seen.
Summary: I love Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon. Was looking between this or Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity but decided to get this one instead. I'm glad I did. The game is so casual yet crazy fun. I'm happy when Luigi takes the spotlight instead Mario (most of the time).
Summary: I like this game a lot. The graphics are great for what they're supposed to look like, the sound is very crisp and clear, and the game play is very grabbing. Now as fun as this game is, the lasting appeal is the one thing that keeps this game one star away from 5, and makes it a 4. It's good, but it's not one of those games that when you wake up or come home from work or school you jump right to playing it.
Great experience, but the optimization for portable consoles keeps it from perfection.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
2 April 2013
Summary: I really liked this game, the gameplay and the puzzle design was top notch. The visual style and enemies are fairly charming. Whereas you could say the first game got it's personality from the many different portrait ghosts, this game gets it's personality from the mansion's and their bosses. Each mansion has a different feel, making it seem like you really are getting a completely different experience in each.
Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon maintains the same charming formula that made the first game a success.
A. Siddiqui, Amazon
25 March 2013
Summary: Back in 2002 Luigi was given a second chance to star in his own adventure called Luigi's Mansion, and although it was a short journey it won the hearts of critics and fans. Now ten years later Luigi is summoned once again by the intelligent Professor E. Gadd to once again dawn his trusty flashlight and the new Poltergust 5000 to star in his newest adventure, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon.